Maruti Suzuki Eeco recalled over missing standard symbol on headlamp

    Affected models manufactured between November 4, 2019 and February 25, 2020.

    Published On Nov 05, 2020 05:25:00 PM


    Maruti Suzuki Eeco recalled over missing standard symbol on headlamp

    Units of the Maruti Suzuki Eeco manufactured between November 4, 2019 and February 25, 2020 have been recalled over a possible missing standard symbol on the headlamps. The recall affects 40,453 units of the van.

    • Recall issued over missing standard symbol in headlamps
    • 40,453 units of the Eeco affected

    The company has said it will inspect the Eeco for the missing standard symbol with any rectification action, if required, undertaken free of cost. Owners of the suspected vehicles will be contacted by their local Maruti Suzuki dealers.

    Additionally, owners can also visit the ‘Imp Customer Info’ section on the company website and fill in their vehicle chassis number (MA3 followed by 14-digit alpha-numeric number) to check if their vehicle needs any attention.

    Maruti Eeco: A brief overview

    One of Maruti’s long serving models, the Eeco over the years has become a favourite among fleet operators and courier services for its ability to seat up to seven, cargo-van configuration and low running costs.

    Maruti Suzuki upgraded the van to meet the new safety regulations in October last year before rolling out the BS6-compliant model, earlier this year. Unlike the rest of Maruti’s line-up that use the company’s new K Series petrol engines, the Eeco makes use of the older G-Series 1.2-litre unit owing to the car’s longitudinal rear-wheel drive layout. The engine develops 73hp and 98Nm of torque and comes paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox as standard. Buyers also get the option of a factory fitted CNG kit on the van.

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